Right now if you search on the LEGO Australia website for the word “grooming” 11 different sets appear. Only one of those happens to actually be available. That available set is 41727 Dog Rescue Centre; a LEGO Friends set that exposes the truth about LEGO and grooming…
So what does LEGO say on their own product page in black and white about grooming?
Animal lover Autumn knows her friend Zac adores dogs too, so she’s kindly invited him along. Kids will love helping the characters wash, groom and feed the dogs.
And there’s more.
Customize the build – Kids can build their own dog rescue center by rearranging the different areas, which include a reception area, treatment room, grooming station, obstacle course and kennels
LEGO’s grooming agenda could not be any clearer; Grooming is part of a fun role play experience that encourages kids to care for animals.
If you want to do your own research LEGO Friends Dog Rescue Centre is available for $69 from Amazon.
4 thoughts on “LEGO’s grooming agenda exposed!”
This is too good Michael ??
Poor taste my friend.
Just a cheeky bit of clickbait in light of current events.